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♪ >> good morning to you and your family. you are watching "fox & friends first" on this wednesday morning. i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather nauert. >> a 12-hour hos staj standoff. anna koyman has the breaking details this morning. a anna what can you tell us? >> around 1:00 a.m. eastern they shot and killed the 20-year-old after storming a bank in st. joseph where he was holding two people hostage. as the swat team entered they shot the hostage in the chest one of them died. one is in critical condition. a man walked into the bank yesterday around noon with a hand gun and took three employees captive. they eventually released one of
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them. >> we are learning new details about the gunman's possible motive. officers describing him as a paranoid schizophrenic. at one point during the standoff he told hostage negotiators he heard voices and wanted to have a device removed from his head. authorities believe he planned the entire thing. they found the book on hostage negotiations at the bank after he was killed. >> we will check with you later on in the other development. >> there has been new chaos taking place right here. >> we are just about to take a live look attica rear square where military clashed with ousted president mohammed morsi.
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there are two camps right there. they are trying to move the protestors out of this location. an ee gepgs official says four people are dead including two security members 50 more others have been hurt. it is the latest round of turmoil in egypt. morsi was removed from power last month. we will keep you posted on the development. >> hannah anderson breaking her violence on-line. she posted this new picture of herself and answered the questions on a social media sight about her horrifying ordeal. james dimaggio tricked her family into going into the house and tied up her mother and brother in a garage. their bodies were found inside the burning home. dimaggio quote got what he deserved. he was shot and killed after firing an fbi agent. >> a painful nightmare for a family down in florida.
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a rare brain eating ameba has his 12-year-old son fighting for his life in icu. he contracted the infection through his nose after playing in a ditch near his home. a 12-year-old arkansas girl contracted the same parasite at the water park. since 1962, 128 people have been infected in the united states and just three of them survived. >> we know what story michael hastings was working on when he was killed in a fire in a car crash. he was working on an expo say his widow says about john brennan. he was linked to a crack down on an investigative journalist when he was counter-terrorism advisor. it is expected to be published soon in rolling stones magazine. he is best known for an article on stanley mcchrystal which led to his resignation. a tornado touches down in
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the jersey shore knocking down trees and power lines and damaging several homes. a two-mile long pass bringing winds up to 85 miles an hour. >> my air-conditioning unit started coming through the window and i heard wild bangs. i was like freaking out. >> it is terrible. we just got cleaned up from sandy not lopping ago. >> no other reports of injuries. >> mother nature is not done yet. we could be seeing more wild weather this morning across the southeast. >> maria molina is here with the details. lots going on today. >> good morning everyone. that's right. we are talking about severe weather. yesterday like you mentioned you have that confirmed tornado out of ocean county and new jersey right along the shore the new jersey shore. winds anywhere between 75 miles an hour to 85 miles per hour. that is estimated with that system it would make it a e f0
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tornado. multiple trees down across the area. that happened because we had a strong cold front. showers thunderstorms behind it we are looking at much calmer weather. it is across northeast and parts of the great lakes. also looking at cooler weather. take a look at other temperatures it is still summer and still august. international falls, minnesota, 38 degrees that's your current temperature only 46 in green bay in the 50s like buffalo, pittsburgh and detroit. chicago unusual waking up on the chilly side across sections of the great lakes and also in the northeast. high temperatures will remain below average. high temperatures in the 70s on average this time of year. 80s as well on average and in new york city. take a look at the forecast today high temperature only 74 degrees. lower humidity as well. feels very fall like out here across parts of the northeast. like you mentioned we are
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looking at rough weather across sections of the southeast showers and storms 2, 3, locally hire amounts. i don't think flooding will be a major problem. take the umbrellas. >> all right maria, thank you so much. talk to you in 9 next half hour. they are going to help insurance companies but not you. >> it comes as there are new reports and administration officials are having obama care. >> one of the provisions are out of pocket healthcare costs. >> medical conditions could pay twice as much as they would have if the 6300 per person cap was in place. insurance companies which don't necessarily have the same software and computers to talk
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to each other and different companies have different limits hence the need for more time to figure out a way to keep track of all of the out of pocket costs. dr. ben carson was on greta van susteren's show last night and he said in the end it will hurt the middle class. >> in this case we are helping out the insurance companies but what about the average joe? what about the averaged person. now we are saying to him the insurance companies can do pretty much anything they want for another year, year and a half to build up the coffers on your back. >> the unexpected policy shift will be a complete disaster. the president staying course he warned but said there are also very positive results in the sweeping healthcare law.
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>> they have spent hundreds of years trying to get good at it. >> elizabeth pran in washington, thanks. those three teenagers charged with beating a 13-year-old on a school bus could face probation and random drug tests if prosecutors have their way. they are appearing in juvenile court for a pretrial hearing. that is when they recommended their punishment. the father of one of those teens expressing remorse. >> (indiscernible) my son isn't a bad person. he got involved with bad people that's all. >> the victim suffered a broken
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arm and two black eyes. they will return to court in two weeks for their sentencing. >> happening today the fort hood massacre trial resumes for major nadal hassan. they will hold a session without the military panel to go over autopsy photos. >> an hour later that trial will resume. yesterday fbi agents will be responding to the shooting testified one calling it the worst crime scene he has seen? 23 years on the job. another agent said there were bodies and medical equipment quote all over the floor. >> the justice department filed suit against the merger of u.s. airways and american airlines. if it does happen if this merger happens it could end up costing you. we will hear about that story and all of the other top business stories this morning. jolene, good morning. >> good morning. yesterday the department of justice sued american airlines and u.s. airways over their
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$11 million merger. it would cause substantial harm to consumers. how much will it cost you? americans will be hit with higher fares and fees because the merger would eliminate yet another competitor on more than 1,000 routes. share hoerlds might benefit creditors might benefit. the fact of the matter is skunlers will gets the shaft. the airline said the government is wrong and they will be fighting back last year $70 million we $70 million -- 70 billion was spent on personal and business travel. >> there is a new hyundai recall. by this time next year it will be a lot easier to check if the cars have actually been fixed. according to usa today national highway traffic administration officials will announce a new rule requiring auto makers who allow searchs on their public web site for active recall using a car or truck's vin number with the information you be dated at least once a week. this will be the first
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industry-wide mandate standizing the search process. they have about a year for the future. how off the drinks contribute to obesity. the ad will read the safety of as pertain is supported by more than 200 studies over the last four years. this comes as sales of diet soft drinks are falling at a faster rate than regular soft drinks. >> that's interesting. >> it is 12 minutes after the hour. they were blamed for the death of u.s. border patrol agent brian perry. now there are breaking developments involving more guns from the botched fast and furious program. we will tell you about it. >> new details about the death
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operation were found down in mexico. right now we are not sure how many or where exactly they were found. the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms and explosives let 2,000 guns fall into the hands of the mexican drug cartels in that operation. more than a dozen dispier -- dispiered. >> also new overnight and caught on camera a submarine explodes in india. that boat going up in flames and then sinking. 18 people were on board at the time. right now we know that there have been some fatalities. a navy spokesman have not said how many just yet. that fire has been put out. we don't know what caused the explosion. >> we are learning about the death of a man who fell 65 feet from the upper deck at a ball
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field. they are investigating the height of the railing he went over. >> any time you have a loss of life at first you just ache for the family. >> what happened? what led to the fatal fall of a 30-year-old braves van. -- braves fan. >> there were a number of stories who circulate who claim to have seen something including that the man ronald lee homer jr. was being chased for some reason by security. commander of the atlanta police homicide squad said that is not what happened. >> the fall piers accidental. >> there is an investigation being conducted to determine what happened as we would always do. we are going to have some results reasonably soon. >> officials may need to look at fortifying the exterior railing of turner field. >> moments like this are a moment to look at it to see what we need to do better.
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then you investigate it and then you change. >> also new overnight the governor of utah says at least a dozen homes have been destroyed by a wildfire there. more homes are being threatened by the flames. winds have pushed it 10 miles of the city. several hundred people have been evacuated for their homes. it was started by a lightening strike. the two friends charged with helping the accused boston bomber pleaded not guilty. the two teenagers seen in the photo next to dzhokhar tsarnaev interfered with the investigation. investigators say they hid a lap top and backpack from his dorm room after they learned he was a prime suspect in the bombing. the two teens have been charged with obstruction of justice. if convicted they face 25 years in prison. >> coming up next more trouble for the officials at the center
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23 minutes after the hour. a tragic ending in the search for a missing federal investigator. police in california say the body was found on friday near a park and it has been identified as sandra coke. coke vanished on august the 4th after telling her daut she was meeting someone who had found her missing dog. her ex-boyfriend is considered a person of interest in the case. randy elana is a registered sex offender and he was charged with two murders back in the 1980s. they were seen koth the night she dispiered. detroit paid a consulting firm 288,000 dollars for 11 employees to only work for two weeks last month. that includes money for a 22-year-old who graduated from
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college just last year. critics are outraged. someone with little experience will be paid that much money. the city defending the race said they would be getting a discount. >> nice work if you can get it, right? >> a juror is breaking his violence the day after a guilt verdict was reached in the case of a one-time boston mob boss. five days of deliberating got so tins that some jurors wanted out of it. after more than 32 hours bulger was convicted of 11 murders and 7 other charges. >> there were some jurors that could have settled this the first day. there was very cautious people. it would have been nice to hear from him to see if he wasn't guilty of other charges. bu bulgel will be sentence the friday. airlines are showing some of the best numbers in 19 years. the department of transportation found 16 flats arriights arrive
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15 minutes of the scheduled time within the next six months. what's to thanks for the long running streak of on time flights. they say mild weather. i think it is because they add more time. >> the 911 calls moments before the sink hole swallowed the resort. >> people in the building we are trying to get evacuated they are saying it's collapsing so fast they don't know if they are going to be able to get to all of the rooms. >> the race against time to rescue those in time. we will talk about that next. >> one family building this ramp so their disabled daughter can get inside their house. now their neighbors are threatening legal action over this. the disturbing reason why next. >> first on this day in history back in 2003 a widespread
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>> good morning. it's august the 14th. we have a fox news lart. breaking overnight a 12-hour hostage standoff at a louisiana bank coming to an end. the suspect and one victim both dead after gun fire erupts there. we have the latest development coming right up. >> we have more at the center of the irs scandal. why lawmakers are asking lois lerner are handing over documents from her personal i mail account. >> a frightening discovery for a texas couple where they heard voices on their child's baby monitor but it wasn't an intruder, it was hackers. a warning for every parent. "fox & friends first" starts right now. >> good morning to you everyone as we wake up here on the east
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coast half past the hour. good morning to you. it is wednesday morning and welcome to "fox & friends first". i am heather nauert. >> it is 5:30 on the east coast that means we are going to get right to our first story a fox news alert. a 12-hour hostage standoff ending with the gunman and one of the hostages dead. >> anna kooiman has all of the breaking details. good morning to you, anna. what can you tell us? >> police identifying the gunman at around 1:00 a.m. eastern. they shot and killed the 20-year-old after storming a bank in st. joseph where he was holding two people hostage. but as the swat team entered the suspect shot both hostages we are told in the chest. one of them died. at this hour the other is in critical condition at the hospital. authorities say ahmed initially walked into the combraingd around noon with a hand gun. took three employees hostage. meantime we are learning new details about the gunman's possible motive.
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>> he was mad at people. he was mad at people he said were mean to him, that he had voices in his head. >> authorities believe he planned the entire thing and we are told that they found written notes and a book on hostage negotiations inside his apartment. ladies? >> thank you, anna. >> well, for the first time we are hearing the frantic 911 calls made just moments after a sink whole swallowed part of a resort near disney world. >> we have a building that potentially collapsing. i don't know if it's a swhoij h what. they say it is collapsing they don't know if they are going to be get to all of the rooms. >> all 105 guests wereable to get out safely. the 100 foot sink hole has stopped sinking and this morning the summer bay resort has reopened for business. frienting. >> teenager hannah anderson now breaking her silence on-line.
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she posted this new picture of herself. you can see right there. and then answered questions on a social media site about the horrifying ordeal. to reveal to her kidnaper james dimaggio tricked her family into going in her house and tied up her mother and brother in the garage where their bodies were later found in his burning home. she wrote that dimaggio, quote, got that he deserved. he was shot and killed after he fired at an fbi agent. house oversight chairman darrel issa asking for lois lerner documents on her personal e-mail accounts. she used it for official irs building and that could violate federal records requirements. learner on paid leave was in charge of the unit. the e-mails could give lawmakers some long-awaited answers.
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>> they want to know what happened. they want to know what she did with that, did she take the documents and alter them did she share them with other people and pass them on to other people inside the government or outside of the government. they want to be able to follow the trail. >> the irs says they will review the request. families of murder victims in the city of vic say new york city could be in the same situation. after the nypd shop and frisk policy was ruled unconstitutional. she was shot dead one week after she sang at president obama's inauguration. her father who attended the state of the union with his wife says if crime rates are down nothing should be changed in new york. she learned the judge could soon from flood on their hands could soon be in new york and cops are killed. >> one in the midst of a prayer
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fight freedom from religion threatening to file a suit against league city after the repeated calls in council meetings were denied. they have no plans in the prayer. >> prayer is a deep rooted tradition at council meetings which dates back several decades. >> a weather alert to bring you right now. today's crews good samaritans alike will dry up homes and businesses under water since last week's storms in the state of colorado. >> long time to be under water. maria molina mother nature cooperated with cleanup efforts or is even more wet weather on the way? >> for today we will see more possible showers and storms firing up in states like colorado.
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for today we have a pretty significant chance about 40 to 50 percent of seeing a shower or thunderstorm through that area. that will not be good for any cleanup efforts. for the next several days thursday, friday saturday and even into sunday the chance for storms will continue to diminish and eventually we are looking at drier conditions. there is some improvement on the way in terms of weather conditions for parts of colorado. it is hurricane season we are still in the atlantic hurricane season it has been quiet for several days in the ocean and caribbean. the national hurricane center is giving it a 30 to 40 percent chance of being a possible cyclone. we are keeping up on one of the storms. regardless of whether it becomes a tropical storm or not we have a chance of heavy showers and storms across sections of the southeast especially along the
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gulf coast. 4 inches of rain will be possible. i want to bring your attention to great lakes where temperatures are much cooler. take a look at international falls. 38 degrees right now. it feels much more like fall only 46 in green bay. temperature also remain below average. in cleveland only gets to 68 degrees today. >> kind of a nice change. >> if we can extend fall it's good. >> thank you so much. there's even more problems brewing for the president's healthcare plan. this morning yet another delay and new questions about costs. doug luzader is live for us in washington with more. good morning, heather. we are learning more about the costs associated with the president's healthcare plan. and people who purchase their own health insurance could be in for a big hit with news of another delay. this time a requirement that insurance companies limit out of pocket costs for many customers
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adding fuel to the fire. the administration already gave the delay to businesses that won't be required to provide health insurance for another year now. the waiver of the employer mandate for one year is so that the employers are ableto get their computer system stat. >> one insurance company said the delays are not a surprise. >> what they are going to learn is this is not so easy. >> now a new study shows about half of those who currently purchase their own insurance will ultimately get help from taxpayers. the rest could see huge rate hikes. while republicans see it as evidence of failure the point person on healthcare says the
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law is now inevitable. >> it was passed and signed three years ago. it was upheld by the supreme court a year ago. the president was re-elected. this is the law of the land. >> it may be the law of the land but congress still has to continue funding it and this is going to be at the heart of budget and debt limit battles that are still ahead in the coming fall. >> doug luzader in washington. thank you so much. >> this next story out of colorado gaining a lot of attention this morning. 16-year-old kristen has cerebral palsy and she can't walk. she uses this wheelchair to get around. that's why her parents built this ramp outside of the house. their neighbors have a major problem with it and they want the ramp torn down claiming it devalues their next door property. now they are threatening legal action. kristen's parents will be reacting live this morning on
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"fox & friends." >> how cruel of this neighbor certainly. can't wait to hear from the family. >> image being stuck inside an elevator for hours and hours. that is exactly what happened to four co-workers who were on their way to lunch in miami. it took rescue crews hours to safely remove the men from the express elevator. officials say they had to bring in a working elevator and put it parallel to the working one and create ladders for a bridge for the workers to cross over. they are looking into what caused the malfunction. scary. >> two stars of the real housewives of new jersey are due back in court this afternoon. they set to enter a plea before the judge. they expect to plead not guilty. they are accused of exaggerating their income and hiding their fortune in a bankruptcy filing.
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>> they took home a third of the power ball jackpot holding a press conference yesterday. some members say the new found fortune won't change a thing for them. >> i will be at my log cabin or multiple acres of land. >> love that. you can't blame them. wonder if that's a disguise or a real thing. >> brothers like darlene who lost her home with super storm sandy says it's a chance for her to rebuild. >> first thing i am going to do is buy me and my daughter a home and bring my dog back home. all 16 will walk away with 3.8 million after taxes. in the meantime we are still waiting for the third power ball winner to come forward. >> i love that story. >> 41 after the top of the hour a terrifying discovery for one father about his daughter's baby monitor. it turns out he wasn't the only
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one watching her. that's scary. a warning for every parent. >> image this, riding down the highway and seeing this horrifying sight. there is an animal inside the cage behind that car. we will tell you about the story coming up next. how do you do a summer clearance event the dodge way? first wait till summer. then get the cars ready. now add the dodge part. ♪ the dodge summer clearance event. right now get 0% financing for to 72 months
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>> they heard the voice of a
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strange man cussing and making lewd comments in the bedroom of their 2-year-old daughter. >> they said wake up allison. (bleep). as a father imposed am suppose protect her from someone like this. >> a hacker was able to take control of the camera and see his daughter's name on the wall. the girl was not disturbed by the hacker's calls because she was born deaf. have to be so careful of that. >> what would you do if you saw that on the highway. look at that right there. that is a dog being dragged in some sort of a crate or a cage attached to the back of someone's suv. one woman who saw it said she couldn't believe what she was looking at. she snapped the photo and called cops who stopped the driver and rescued the dog. the pup has been placed in protective custody. >> canada's transportation agency is hitting the breaks on
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the company responsible for the run away train that exploded last month. montreal made at atlantic railway will have operating license in canada. the company is no longer about to operate with the required insurance coverage. we have a crash in quebec leading 46 people dead. >> have a g mail account? listen up. we have a warning for you. fox business network diane macedo has the details. they care about the privacy of their e-mail not to use g mail due to what it calls a stunning admission by google. google responds to accusation of privacy violations by saying quote all users of e-mail must necessarily expect their e-mails will be subject to automated processing just as the center of a letter to a business colleague can't be surprised the recipient's assistant can open the letter.
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people who use web e-mail cannot be surprised it is used by e peshg s pro vierd in the course of delivery. the file something part of a response to a class action lawsuit. it accuses the company from violating violator's tap laws what observed based on the content. consumer watchdog says the response is simply an addition by google that they don't respect privacy and people who value the privacy of the e-mail correspondence should not e-mail the services. john simpson adds quote google brief uses the wrong analogy sending an e-mail is like giving a letter to the post office. expect the post office to deliver the letter based on the address written on the envelope. i don't expect the mail carrier to open my letter and read it. >> makes you wonder if we have any privacy on-line. thank you diane. >> 48 minutes after the top of the hour. still ahead the woman at the center of the latest anthony
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weiner sexting scandal talking to fox news. what she has to say about the mayoral candidate's wife. >> how do you get rid of a 60-year-old piece of history? well we have the explosive video to show you that you have to see. first let's check in with brian kilmeade to see what's coming up on fox and friends. good morning brian. >> great to see you again. another great show. look what's coming up when you go into the showers on "fox & friends" we have dr. keith ablow joining us live. he will determine if you are normal enough as if you don't know already. lieutenant journal and former congressman allen west live on what's going on on cap shol hill on what should be going on while everybody is on vacation. we have the new movie persecuted. anna kooiman is swimming with the dolphins. why do you ask? do you cry a lot for work? our travel expert is showing you how to pack everything you need for one month away in a carry-on bag. it seems impossible? i don't believe it. so i am going to be here live
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>> remember the woman at the center of anthony weiner's new sex skaoepb scandal? -- sex scheme scandal? she was on hannity last night and said why she took part in the explicit phone chat and on-line chat. she also gave her thoughts about his wife's promo. >> in a way i was shocked but appellate -- but flattered. i feel badly for her but on the other hand she obviously enabled him and this behavior repeatedly. it's hard.
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down trees. the thing caught on camera. it happened after inmates began rioting inside. 50 escaped, 17 recaptured. >> nice prison there. not that part. i like the tree next to the window. everybody have a great day. "fox & friends" starts right now. see you tomorrow. >> good morning. it is wednesday, august 14. i'm gretchen carlson. thanks for sharing your time. it's dark behind me, isn't it? brian is looking like it's -- am i missing something? >>brian: i need a floor plan to get here. we moved. >>gretchen: a fox news alert and the alert is that it's dark outside as well as this, a hostage at a louisiana bank over. the gunman had been killed. >> kidnapped teen hannah

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